Heathman and Hearth

In The Area


From epicureans to shopaholics, from wine lovers to outdoor enthusiasts, and from troupes of one to families of many, travelers with all interests and from all walks of life will find their adventure here.

Explore the delightful boutiques and luxury shops in Kirkland and Bellevue, immerse yourself in arts and culture in Seattle, or embark on a culinary odyssey to remember in Woodinville wine country, with all of the incredible natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest as your backdrop.



Paint 8

CANVAS paint.sip.studio

223 Kirkland Ave, Kirkland, WA 98033


In case you need a little liquid courage to let out your inner artist, CANVAS paint.sip.studio is an ideal epicurean pairing where you can indulge in superior Northwest wines, beers, and ciders while you create your masterpiece.

KP Center

Kirkland Performance Center

350 Kirkland Ave, Kirkland, WA 98033


he Kirkland Performance Center is the proud centerpiece of the local performing arts scene. Featuring 394 seats and state-of-the-art acoustics, KPC manages to feel both spacious and intimate simultaneously. And with a regular rotation of concerts, stand-up, and spoken word performances, this local gem is sure to deliver a memorable and inspiring night out.

Kirkland Flatstick Pub

Flatstick Pub

15 Lake St Suite 100, Kirkland, WA 98033


Whether it’s date night, guys’ night, or ladies’ night, Flatstick Pub is the ideal night out for bites, drinks, and classic mini-golf fun. And it’s not just mini-golf they specialize in if you’re looking for games; they also have bingo, trivia, and duffleboard, a mini-golf-shuffleboard hybrid. It’s not just for the retirement home anymore, folks.

Hard Drink

Lounge by TopGolf

425 Urban Plz Suite 200, Kirkland, WA 98033


If you’ve ever wondered what a restaurant with a full TopGolf Swing Suite would be like, wonder no more. Pairing superior hospitality with craft cocktails and locally curated dishes, Lounge by TopGolf features a bevy of exciting virtual games nearby. No need for a ride in the cart here.

Juanita Beach Sign

Juanita Beach

9703 NE Juanita Dr, Kirkland, WA 98034


The Seattle Eastside is rich with waterfront parks, and Juanita Beach is no exception. Not only does this scenic park boast 1,000 feet of beachfront, it also features a comprehensive recreation area with sand volleyball courts, tennis courts, picnic shelters, and a newly renovated playground that kids are sure to enjoy.

Bridle Trails Forest

Bridle Trails State Park

5300 116th Ave. NE, Kirkland, WA 98033


If you guessed by the name of this 482-acre urban sanctuary that it was equestrian friendly, you’re spot-on. Featuring 28 miles of forested trails, Bridle Trails State Park feels a world away from the city. And while the park is maintained with horses in mind, dogs are also welcome, though a leash is required in order to avoid startling the horses.

Heritage Park Summer Field

Heritage Park

111 Waverly Way, Kirkland, WA 98033


Another gem of the Lake Washington waterfront, Heritage Park features acres of open fields, walking paths, and tennis courts. And if you prefer your city parks with a side of history, stop by Heritage Hall, a classic Greek revival building that is currently the home of the Kirkland Heritage Society.

Burke-Gilman Trail

Burke Gilman Trail



Put on your helmet, check your brakes, and fasten your tire chain before taking to 27 miles of gorgeous urban bike trail. Starting in Bothell and ending all the way across town in Ballard, this trail features a stunning array of scenic waterfront views, from Lake Washington to Lake Union to Puget Sound.

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Marina Park

25 Lakeshore Plaza, Kirkland, WA 98033


Right down the road from us downtown is Marina Park, the waterfront jewel of Kirkland. Enjoy a stretch of sandy beach, a boat launch, public art, and an open-air pavilion ideal for spring and summer activities.

Paddle Board Rental

Paddle Board Rental

25 Lakeshore Plaza, Kirkland, WA 98033


For those seeking a more manual boating experience, numerous outfitters offer paddleboard rentals at affordable rates. Enjoy the clear blue waters of Lake Washington on a board from Seattle Paddle or Yarrow Bay Marina.

Argosy Cruises

Argosy Cruises

1101 Alaskan Wy Pier 55, Suite 201, Seattle, WA 98101


Seattle’s premier nautical sightseeing tour and a beloved local staple, Argosy Cruises have been navigating the local waterways for over 70 years. Hop on and see the city like a local with Harbor and Locks cruises that feature gorgeous views of Lake Washington, Puget Sound, and the Olympic Mountains.

Duffy Electric Boats

Duffy Electric Boats NW

25 Lakeshore Plaza, Kirkland, WA 98033


Take to the water in a Duffy boat, a fun, family-friendly activity that is also easy on the environment, with each boat in their fleet of six powered by an electric motor. Bring your own food and drinks, connect your phone to their stereo, and enjoy a relaxing cruise around Lake Washington full of gorgeous views and good times.

Seasonal Farmers Market

Seasonal Farmers Market

25 Lakeshore Plaza, Kirkland, WA 98033


Running every Wednesday from June through September, the Kirkland Farmers Market is the perfect midweek respite and summer treat. Sample local and artisanal goods and specialties from fresh, crisp apples to sweet berries, delectable baked goods and more.


Ivy Gift & Home

141 Park Ln, Kirkland, WA 98033


Located in downtown Kirkland, this family-owned and operated shop specializes in high-quality home décor and furniture. Make your house a home with an impressive selection of accessories, lighting arrangements, and delightful gifts to take home to family and friends.

The Village at Totem Lake

The Village at Totem Lake

11901 NE Village Plaza, Kirkland, WA 98034


What used to be a rather run-of-the-mill strip mall has undergone a spectacular glow-up to become a complete, chic shopping village, boasting a bevy of upscale shops like lululemon, Sephora, and Barnes & Noble, and restaurants like Dué Cucina, Salt & Straw, and Hanoon. No need to go across Lake Washington to University Village anymore.



126 Park Ln, Kirkland, WA 98033


Located on Park Lane in downtown Kirkland just steps from our door, Clementine is a two-story boutique replete with home décor and a sizable selection of ideal domestic gifts and accouterments. Peruse custom upholstered furniture, accent pieces, lamps, wall art, and more. And, knowing you’ll be leaving with all sorts of things for family and friends, Clementine offers complimentary gift bag “wrapping.”

Sweet Cakes Kirkland

Sweet Cakes Kirkland


If you can already smell the freshly baked confections just reading this, you’re not alone. This charming patisserie runs the gamut of gateau from cupcakes to cake pops to cheesecakes to cookies, and more. So, if you’re looking for a spot to indulge your sweet tooth, look no further.



42 Lakeshore Plaza, Kirkland, WA 98033


All fizz, no fuss. This pastel daydream of a champagne bar is the ideal space for a bright and effervescent afternoon of bubbles and bites with besties. And speaking of which, it’s practically tailor-made for bachelorette parties.

Lady Yum

111 Lake St, Kirkland, WA 98033


Whether you spell “macaron” with one O or two, Lady Yum is the place to indulge in these wonderfully flavorful, feather-light French confections. Purchase a seasonal flavor pack, create your own custom cookie assortment, or even get a box themed around your zodiac sign. We’re not sure just how macaron flavors correspond to certain horoscopes, but we’d wager that if anyone knows how to arrange them, it’s those Pisces.



Bravern Auto Court

Shops at the Bravern

11111 NE 8th St, Bellevue, WA 98004


Louis Vuitton. Gucci. Prada. Hermès. The Shops at the Bravern are, quite simply, shopping elevated. Explore an impressive collection of ultimate luxury brands, featuring endless inspiration for style enthusiasts, fashionistas, and bon vivants alike. You’ll swear you’re not in Bellevue anymore, but in Beverly Hills.

The Bellevue Collection

575 Bellevue Square, Bellevue, WA 98004


Eager to add a side of nostalgia to your shopping day? Spend an afternoon at Bellevue Square, Lincoln Square, and Bellevue Place just a short drive from Kirkland and enjoy one of the Eastside’s foremost cathedrals of retail therapy. Experience shopping, dining, and entertainment all under one roof, with dozens of mainstay department stores, shops, and boutiques lined up to give your credit card a full body workout.

Cinemark Lincoln Square

Cinemark Lincoln Square

700 Bellevue Way NE #310


Every night is movie night at Cinemark Lincoln Square. Located on the top floor of the Lincoln Square building in the heart of downtown Bellevue, this sprawling theater complex features multiple IMAX screens, stadium seating, and self-service kiosks.

Lucky Strike Bellevue

Lucky Strike

700 Bellevue Way NE Suite 250, Bellevue, WA 98004


What do 16 bowling lanes, an arcade, billiards, air hockey, two dance floors, and a sports bar add up to? The ultimate night out. Grab your friends, put on your bowling shoes, then your dancing shoes at this cornucopia of weekend fun.

Edgeworks Climbing + Fitness

Edgeworks Climbing + Fitness

15600 NE 8th St, Ste #C-1, Bellevue, WA 98008


Featuring a stone garden of challenging climbing walls, Edgeworks is the ideal workout for those among us blessed with no fear of heights. Experience rope climbing, lead climbing, and bouldering at its finest, with a weight room, cardio equipment, and yoga studio for a less vertical exercise routine. Your shoulders will thank you.


Bellevue Botanical Gardens

12001 Main St, Bellevue, WA 98005


A jewel of natural beauty in the Eastside’s urban landscape, the Bellevue Botanical Garden is the product of a successful partnership between the Bellevue Botanical Society and the City of Bellevue Parks department. Enjoy free admission, daily access including on holidays, and a spectacular array of plants and flowers from all points on the color wheel.

Downtown Park

Bellevue Downtown Park

10201 NE 4th St, Bellevue, WA 98004


Featuring 20 acres of well-curated urban landscaping, Bellevue Downtown Park is a respite of greenery amidst scores of luxury shops and glassy skyscrapers. Enjoy a large central space surrounded by a moat and walking trails.

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Browne Family Vineyards

10245 Main St, Bellevue, WA 98004


The newest tasting room of the Browne Family Winery estate in Walla Walla, this inviting space was designed to evoke feelings of warmth and comfort, welcoming not just oenophiles but spirits enthusiasts as well. Check their calendar of a list of upcoming themed events, including dinner cruises and geography-based tastings.




Chateau Ste Michelle

14111 NE 145th St, Woodinville, WA 98072


Visit the French-style Chateau that made itself a landmark in Woodinville, open daily for tastings and tours. Wander the grounds and watch for the peacocks that take their jobs protecting the grapevines very seriously, with their Summer Concert Series and exclusive release events labeled unmissable.

RP Charcuterie

Rocky Pond Tasting Room

13475 NE Village Square Dr Suite 1010, Woodinville, WA 98072


Brand new to the Woodinville offerings, the Rocky Pond Tasting Room offers all the best of their standard and exclusive labels without crossing the mountains. Visit Wednesday through Sunday, and don’t miss their live music on Thursdays.

Mark Ryan Winery Tasting Room

Mark Ryan Tasting Room

14200 NE 145th St Suite D, Woodinville, WA 98072


Tucked away in the Old Redhook Brewery complex, the Mark Ryan tasting room is as beautifully sophisticated outside as it is inside. Try their Classic Tasting, free with a bottle purchase, or their Reserve Tasting which highlights the most-limited items in production. 

Four Leaf

12280 NE Woodinville Dr suite c, Woodinville, WA 98072


Only open weekends, Four Leaf produces sugar-cane based spirits using Pacific Northwest sourced ingredients at every turn, but that’s not the sweetest thing about them. A portion of all their proceeds go towards various cancer research and education based non-profits, so sip and savor the fact that you’re giving to a great cause at the same time. 


Northwest Spirits

15029 Redmond - Woodinville Rd NE #400, Woodinville, WA 98072


Nestled just by Chateau Ste. Michelle and Woodinville Whiskey Co., Northwest Spirits’ Tasting Room offers spirit flights, craft cocktails, and menu items that mirror their sister restaurant, Von’s 1000Spirits right next door. Enjoy vodka, gin, and whiskey all blended and bottled by this fifth-generation family run business.

Woodinville Wishkey Co.

Woodinville Whiskey Co.

14509 Redmond - Woodinville Rd NE, Woodinville, WA 98072


One of the largest world-renowned labels that makes it home in Woodinville, the clock-tower type exterior houses their pot stills for whiskey creation, tours, and vertical tastings through all of their signature pours. 

Woodinville Taproom Exterior

Locust Cider

19151 144th Ave NE, Woodinville, WA 98072


Making its home in the Warehouse District, the cider types are endless and rotating, with the consistency laying in the fact that gluten is not invited to their cider party. Retro video games, a small food menu, and rotating food trucks also adorn this all-ages space with plenty of outdoor seating. 


Walla Walla Steak Co. & Crossbuck Brewing

13205 NE 175th St, Woodinville, WA 98072


Another newbie to the Woodinville scene, Crossbuck Brewing is a sister property to the famed El Gaucho restaurants located in the Pacific Northwest. Using hops grown and brewed in Walla Walla, Crossbuck located in the Old Schoolhouse makes an ideal brew and burger spot for a handcrafted bite and sip. 

Redmond Script Wall

Black Raven Brewing Co

15902 Redmond - Woodinville Rd NE, Woodinville, WA 98072


All ages are welcome to the brewery, open seven days a week with comfort and good beer always on tap. Over a dozen signature and seasonal sips are always on tap, joining the local food trucks, snacks, hot sandwiches, and fresh pretzels that compliment your tasting room experience. 



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Art Museums



Seattle Art Museum, Asian Art Museum & Volunteer Park Conservatory, Frye Art Museum, MOHAI

Seattle Museums have something for everyone, from aviation to dinosaurs to Van Gogh to Seattle grunge. Rotating exhibits featuring the biggest world-renowned collections can be found at the Seattle Art Museum downtown, nerd out on the nautical at MOHAI in SLU, and catch ride on the Monorail (which is a piece of history itself,) to venture into the sights and sounds of MoPOP. 

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Smith Tower

506 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98104


Perched regally amidst Seattle’s skyline, the historic Smith Tower beckons visitors to marvel at its timeless elegance and panoramic views from the iconic observation deck, offering a captivating glimpse into the city’s rich past and vibrant present. Plus, some of the best craft cocktails in the city, unmatched panoramic views, and perhaps most importantly – brunch. 

Seattle Sounders March to the Match

Stadium District



Climate Pledge Area, Lumen Field, and TMobile Park

Regardless of the season, there’s always something to cheer about in the Stadium District! Of course home to Lumen Field and T-Mobile Park with the Seattle Sounders, Seahawks, and Mariners in tow, SoDo also includes its fair share of tasting rooms, breweries, and top rated restaurants that enhance any game day. 

Tree Kangaroo

Woodland Park Zoo

750 N. 50th Street, Seattle, WA 98103


Nestled in the lush greenery of Seattle’s Phinney Ridge neighborhood, Woodland Park Zoo offers an unforgettable experience for hotel guests nearby, providing an opportunity to encounter diverse wildlife in beautifully recreated habitats while supporting conservation efforts. Local favorite highlights include the penguins, otters, and gray wolves.

Aquarium credit Bryan Pollard

The Seattle Piers

1401 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98101


Aquarium, Great Wheel, Sculpture Park

The miles of piers and walk-ways lining Elliott Bay and the ferry terminals have even more to offer by-land than by sea. Wander for award-winning restaurants, picturesque Olympic Sculpture Park, the Great Wheel, Seattle Aquarium, and parasailing are just a handful of the destinations located waterside. Catch the Water Taxi to go to West Seattle, or catch a cruise for a Bainbridge Island day trip – the panoramic mountain views will keep you company. 

Kids having Fun

Seattle Center

305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109


Space Needle & Chihuly Garden and Glass

The most noticeable landmark amongst the campus that is the Seattle Center, but the Space Needle, Chihuly Garden & Glass, and the International Fountain are all in the running, but are by no means the only locations worth visiting. Check out MoPop, the Seattle Monorail, the IMAX theater, Skillet Counter in the Armory, the neighboring Uptown Dick’s Drive In, and Pacific Science Center exhibits should all make your bucket list.